We paid €890 / 6.586 HRK for two days. It was one of the most expensive hotels, we have ever stayed at. What we got, was an OK all inclusive resort, but not the luxury, that the price level led us to expect.
A new hotel, with a good layout of hotel facilities and extensive grounds leading to the stone beaches, with good possibilities for swimming in the ocean and a lovely view of Rovinj.
Great Zumba, Pilates and Aqua gym with Jelena - absolutely marvelous and fun exercise.
A good bathroom, with a bathtub and enough towel racks.
Two good cafes on the beach front.
The WORST reception. We came early and were made to feel unwelcome. The information was mostly about the cost for replacing wristbands and towel cards, if we lost them, and the added cost if we dined around. No info on the activities program and facilities of the hotel. A feeling that we were more of a nuisance than welcome guests.
At check our, with a third person, focus was mainly on whether we had taken something from the minibar, this was asked 3 times. When asked if we enjoyed our stay, I answered “not really”, but there was no questions as to why not.
A cramped room, the children’s beds were pullout from under the adult beds, and once pulled out, the room was completely full.
Only two lounge chairs on the small terrace.
The all inclusive buffet was large, but the quality was not high. Bad coffee.